Awards recognize organizations that promote Canadian regions to improve economic well being
As economic development professionals returned home from last week’s 2022 Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) Conference, the Clean Energy Frontier brought two Marketing Canada Awards back to Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.
The Clean Energy Frontier program, a public/private partnership between Bruce County and Bruce Power—and hosted at the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII)—won in two categories:
The Single Publication (less than five pages) award for the Economic Impact of Clean Energy report
The Event award for last fall’s Clean Energy Innovation and Recovery Summit
Jessica Linthorne, Director of the Clean Energy Frontier program, describes the importance of these now award-winning pieces:
“The public-facing report publication and our Summit have helped us increase awareness of the nuclear industry’s contribution to our region—supporting economic development initiatives across Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.”
View the report brochure here: https://bit.ly/CEF-economic-impact.
Recognizing that marketing a community is an integral part of the economic development profession, EDAC’s awards program is open to organizations that undertake to promote and market this country’s regions with a view to improving the economic well being of Canadians.
About the Clean Energy Frontier
The Clean Energy Frontier program is an advocacy, awareness-raising and economic development initiative led by Bruce Power and Bruce County. It focuses on promoting the valuable contribution that Bruce, Grey and Huron bring to Ontario and Canada in the drive towards a net-zero future, while building on the region’s advantages in clean energy.
Learn more about the Clean Energy Frontier at: nii.ca/clean-energy-frontier and join the conversation on Twitter (@CleanEnergy_BGH), on LinkedIn (Clean Energy Frontier) and on Facebook (Clean Energy Frontier).